After School Program Director
As one of the premier preschools and after school programs in the area we are looking for individuals who have a passion for working with children, are dedicated to providing the best options of engaging after school programs to choose from, including choices from all enrichment program experiences outside of the normal school day. By offering engaging, rewarding programming for school agers, PFLC After School aims to improve performance by focusing students’ relationships with peers and provide enrichment opportunities. This individual will join a team that is performing meaningful work in a culture that welcomes innovation, encourages creative expression and offers limitless potential for personal and professional satisfaction.
Requirements of this position include the following:
- Coordinates implementation of after school programming
- Develops policies and procedures for operation of after school program together with the preschool team
- Develops and maintains programmatic schedule and school break activities
- Maintains communication with local schools administration about program function
- Recruits, trains, and monitors teachers in instruction of after school activities
- Maintains communication with families of students
- Main responsibilities take place during the afternoon portion of the day, Monday through Friday, and all breaks including Fall Break, Winter Break, Spring Break, Teacher Work Days and Summer Break. Summer Break consists of weekly camps throughout the entire summer.
- Oversees curriculum implementation in the classrooms, and works with the teachers to ensure developmentally appropriate activities are followed.
- Provides training and support in the use of student data for instructional decision-making purposes, which includes the use of evidence-based instructional practices/strategies to achieve high rates of student growth and achievement.
- Assist and coach teachers in the implementation of our curriculum and age appropriate learning activities as outlined.
- Ensure the daily care of all children by following and having an understanding of BFTS licensing guidelines and implementing all PFLC standards
- Mentor new teachers and other staff as assigned
- Cultivate positive relationships with families, teachers, state licensing authorities and community contacts
- Participate in monthly staff meetings
- Work with teaching teams and staff on problem solving classroom and school issues
- Support PFLC’s success; partner with PFLC staff and leadership to achieve goals concerning enrollment accreditation and engagement.
What you need to succeed:
- CDA or Bachelors Degree in a relevant field
- Preferably 2+ years of experience in a lead teacher role
- Available to work Monday-Friday 7:30am-4:30pm
- Knowledge of developmentally appropriate practices
- Must have basic computer proficiency, lift a minimum of 30 pounds and work indoors and outdoors
- Strong written, communication and organizational skills
- Willingness to be part of a team
- Understands the needs of the school and is flexible within their role
At Phase Family Center, you will be immersed in an exceptional work environment that believes in empowerment. You will also be surrounded by colleagues who are committed to helping each other grow through constant 1 on 1s where ongoing feedback flows freely.
If you’re looking to make an impact, Phase Family Center is the place for you.
Phase Family Center is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome and encourage diversity in the workplace regardless of race, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status.